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These are the ad's Sprint needs to cut down and place on TV....

 

I like everything about this ad: 

 

Humbleness 

Directness

Diversity of Sprint

Crystal Clear Message on where Sprint is working to get. 

 

This is what I want to see during my NBA playoffs Half/Time Show.... ( and seeing Shaq fall on his ass for some comedy).

 

Good Job, Marcelo 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbBS6b-45FI

 

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That's a great video, really shows where Marcelo wants to take the company.

That's what I thought when I saw it. As apposed to the other "maverick" (in basically every way), Sprint is to be the maverick that wants to do things right for the long-term for their whole subscriber-base, with a level of honesty and integrity.

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How so?

 

 

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Maintaining unlimited plans when many customers prefer them, making nights and weekends begin at 7PM (when all other carriers did 9PM), offering plans with unlimited data and nearly unlimited minutes (with mobile to any mobile) for $30-40 less than other carriers. Etc...

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Maintaining unlimited plans when many customers prefer them, making nights and weekends begin at 7PM (when all other carriers did 9PM), offering plans with unlimited data and nearly unlimited minutes (with mobile to any mobile) for $30-40 less than other carriers. Etc...

Regarding the unlimited data, they're only forced to do so because of competitive threat from tmobile.

 

If the merger had occurred, sprint-TMO could've removed unl data and adjusted their prices upward though still far below the duo.

 

No CEO is in it to make YOUR or my bill cheaper.

 

 

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Regarding the unlimited data, they're only forced to do so because of competitive threat from tmobile.

 

If the merger had occurred, sprint-TMO could've removed unl data and adjusted their prices upward though still far below the duo.

 

No CEO is in it to make YOUR or my bill cheaper.

 

 

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True that everything Sprint has done since Hesse is simply to grow customer base/reduce churn/increase revenue, but the policies they've implemented have benefited customers (for the most part). They have implemented more pro-consumer policies than VZW and ATT I would say, and at least in my view are more populist than those carriers.

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